It really depends on your interest. Mechanical engineers build machines, mechanical devices, and the like. Technology and Society engineers are concerned with the interaction of engineering with the society.
Not explicitly. However, there are many exposures to mechanical engineering labs and machine shops during the course of the program. Moreover, students are encouraged to apply for, and accept, internship positions at various companies that are relevant to the field. There is an ample of opportunities to do this during the summer months.
These are courses that require all students to go through the four major stages of mechanical design (requirement specification, conceptual design, detailed design, and production, or actual manufacturing of hardware). This course also requires that you innovate, build something new, or improve upon existing design.
All applicants to SUNY Korea must prove their English proficiency. The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) examination, or SAT must be taken by anyone whose native language is not English, even if you have attended high school in the United States. If you are a transfer student and have not completed a college- level writing course at a U.S. college or university (or received a grade below C in the course), one of the aforementioned exams is required for you as well.
This center caters to the needs of students who do not have the English to undertake a course of study at SUNY Korea. You need to pass the equivalent of the IEC courses before you can matriculate at SUNY Korea.
Although a significant portion of the courses in mechanical engineering are prescribed, you do have the freedom to choose three elective courses in one or more areas of your interest within mechanical engineering. This includes the opportunity to carry out some research work with a professor in an area of your interest.
Come to the mechanical engineering department office at SUNY Korea, which is located in Room 619 of the B Academic building. You may also visit SUNY Korea’s Academic Advising office in Room 201 of the A Academic building. Of course, you can visit our website (www.sunykorea.ac.kr) for more information. You may contact the coordinator of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at SUNY Korea via +82 32 626-1801 and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.